My Watch Story An Uncle’s 1970s Heuer Carrera, A G-Shock Bought In Fourth Grade, A Life-Changing 1940s Omega, And More
Each week, we present a new portion of ” My Watch Story ,” another video arrangement featuring HODINKEE perusers and their most valued watches. Today, we have five new stories put together by C.J. Dennis, Maria Garcia, Paul Worley, Luke Roskelley, and Hamed Mokhtari.
My Watch Story
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C.J. Dennis And His Heuer Carrera
When C.J., a local of Phoenix, AZ, first got into watches around seven years back, his significant other gave him this 1970s Heuer Carrera, which had a place with her late uncle. In addition to the fact that it was the impetus for his present assortment – he wore it when they got hitched and anticipates giving it to his son.
Maria Garcia And Her Q Timex
Maria, who lives in Portugal, gave herself an isolate objective: to stop smoking. As an interruption, she decided to find out about watches, and as a present for stopping smoking, her beau gave her this Q Timex, which she uses to follow his nearby time while he’s working abroad.
Paul Worley And His 1940s Omega
Paul is a vintage watch gatherer from Nashville, TN. He discovered this 1940s Omega, his first vintage piece, in a pawn shop, and his interest with it and its caseback etching in the long run set him on another vocation way. He says he feels like a caretaker of this watch, and that it’s an incredible model that truly fascinating vintage watches are still out there for the finding.
Luke Roskelley And His G-Shock GA100BW
A local of Tri-Cities, WA, Luke purchased this G-Shock GA100BW in the 4th grade. In spite of a slight setback including mosquito repellent while on an outdoors trip half a month in the wake of buying it, he says it lighted the affection for watches that he actually has today.
Hamed Mokhtari And His IWC Pilot's Timezoner Spitfire Edition 'Longest Flight'
Hamed, who lives in Dubai, truly needed this restricted version IWC Pilot’s Spitfire Edition “Longest Flight” – to such an extent that he got it on his telephone out and about in the wake of dropping off his little girl at school. He anticipates using its usefulness once he’s voyaging once more; fortunately, he just got his duplicate of HODINKEE Magazine Volume 6 to help spend the time.
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